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Home for the Holidays

by Jan Schroder
holiday inflatables in Atlanta

In 2004 a neurosurgeon in Atlanta put one inflatable in his yard during the holidays. Now every year his entire yard is covered with dozens of colorful Christmas and Hanukkah inflatables. It’s become a holiday tradition for hundreds of families, including ours.

Holiday traditions around the world are fascinating, like the Japanese eating KFC, covering a Christmas tree in Urkraine with spider webs and La Befana in Italy, a kind witch who brings presents.  Then there’s the scary goat/demon Krampus who hauls bad kids in Germany to the underworld.

Whatever your traditions, we hope you have a joyous holiday season.

Jan Schroder, Editor-in-chief

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